Hierarchical Selective Recruitment in Linear-Threshold Brain Networks, Part I: Single-Layer Dynamics and Selective Inhibition

5 Sep 2018 Erfan Nozari Jorge Cortés

Goal-driven selective attention (GDSA) refers to the brain's function of prioritizing the activity of a task-relevant subset of its overall network to efficiently process relevant information while inhibiting the effects of distractions. Despite decades of research in neuroscience, a comprehensive understanding of GDSA is still lacking... (read more)

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